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Mach Xtreme Technology Unveils High-Density 8GB Dual-Channel DDR3 Memory Kits

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  1. btarunr

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    Mach Xtreme Technology Inc., a worldwide leader in top performance, high reliability and user-friendly designed PC components, today unveiled Copper Series 8GB (4GB x2) Dual-Channel DDR3 high-density memory kits based on the latest DRAM chips. MX-Technology develops and manufactures a wide range of high quality memory modules, whether seeking maximum frames rates on the latest games, achieving the highest benchmarks through overclocking or demand ultimate, consistent stability.

    Copper is the mainstream memory solution within the MX Technology Dual-Channel DDR3 desktop memory product line. Featuring enhanced capacity of 4GB per module, these new high-density 8GB kits provide customers with cutting-edge memory solution and significantly increase memory space. All kits are strictly hand-selected with focus on stable performance. Coupled with an attractive price, the Copper 8GB kits are an excellent choice for your next upgrade.

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    All this combined with lifetime warranty and consumer friendly pricing nominates MX-Technology Copper Series as the #1 choice.

    Copper Series 8GB Dual-Channel DDR3 High-Density Memory Kits at A Glance:
    • 1333MHz Dual-Channel DDR3
    • Voltage 1.5V
    • Density 8GB (4GB x2)
    • Patented High-quality Japanese Lightweight Aluminum Heat-sink
    • Certification: ROHS, WEEE, CE, FCC
    • Models: MXD3C13338GK @ 1333MHz (CL 9)
    • Warranty: Lifetime
     
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    yay more 4gb moduals :D, tho they are a tad slow. hope they can bring some higher end chips
     
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    this is the kinda stuff i'll be getting when i move to AM3 (CPU's all ready and waiting for some shinier ram :p)
     
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    It's extreme alright. With 1333MHz and CL9... if you consider tortoise to be fast.
     
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    find me faster that runs 1.5V with 4GB modules.
     
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    4GB or not, it's still slow as crap. You'd expect no less than 1600MHz with CL7 these days to be honest. But the progress is going sloooooow...
     
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    Yeah LMAO, you really notice the difference in a game huh NOT..
     
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    exactly, in fact you arent going to notice much of a difference in aything except benchmarks
     
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    It's a matter of principle... Why do we always have to go 2 steps back when we make 3 forward?
    In this case, we go 2 steps back with crappy timings and speed for greater capacity...
     
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    there is just no pleasing some folks bur i understand where you are coming from.
     
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    These chips ere released at jedec standard. 1333 cl9 is an oem speed I bet they clock higher than that this is just like ordering 1333 cl9 d9jnm or 1333 cl9 hch9 or 1066 cl7 d9jnl need I go on?


    I find it nice to see mach releasing pc parts again
     
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    Well, I don't know about their RAM products, but the MX DS 480GB SSD (bought at http://ssdeurope.com) we got from them definitely beats anything currently on the market.

    What we also noticed was that it worked perfectly in RAID 0 on our HP proliant server, whereas G.skill, Samsung and Intel X25E struggled to not show some strange performance noise.

    Why need more RAM if you can get a 30.000 IOPS SSD ;)
     
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    Because thats how Physics works :eek:
     
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